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LAW 396 - Publicly Held Businesses.


This course deals with the publicly held corporation where stock ownership and management roles are separated. The impact of both state corporate and federal securities laws on several major governance and finance issues will be studied. Among the topics expected to be covered are the federal proxy rules, derivative litigation, hostile takeovers, insider stock trading, financing a publicly held company, adjusting shareholder rights, and the social responsibility of large corporations.Three hours.MillonPrerequisite: Close Business Arrangements (or taken concurrently).



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